An A3 sheet of paper which includes the classroom name, all 4 areas of need and the resources the school offers for each wave. Teachers are encouraged to make note of a child on a sheet (working document). Teachers each have a sheet attached to the back of a clipboard door. This process has helped teachers support the children moving along the waves.
We identify students throughout school, ourselves and through access assessments who need/might need readers and/or scribes. We then intervene with them to teach them to touch type and use screen reading software/ Read and Write Gold.
Our children with extreme anxieties and/or ASD work intensely with our Teaching Assistant for a specific amount of time and on a specific task (individually catered for). The idea is for them to work independently in the classroom with peers.
We have a Passport to Learning book for many children on the SEN Register. It has the child’s individual provision map on the inside cover which ensures all staff working with the child are really clear as to the areas of learning that are being targeted each term and the provision we are putting in place to help them make progress.
This document supplements the national curriculum by specifying performance attainment targets (P scales) and performance descriptors for pupils aged 5 to 16 with special educational needs (SEN) who cannot access the national curriculum.
This case study focuses on pathways into employment. The case study looks at how Hackney Community College planned for the reforms, their suggestions on how to avoid potential pitfalls, next steps that they will be taking as well as the impact of the reforms.